Commitment to research and development is the driving force behind our innovative technology and has allowed Randox Food Diagnostics to become a global leader in screening for toxins, residues and contaminants within cereal and cereal based feeds. With a comprehensive range of testing solutions and validations across a range of matrices, we are changing the face of food safety and quality worldwide.
Randox Food Diagnostics has developed a specific product portfolio including ELISA and Randox’s patent Biochip Array Technology to suit the needs for cereal and feed screening. Putting the food and agricultural industries at the forefront of what we do has allowed Randox Food to become the industries trusted supplier of the most innovative technology within feed and cereal screening. Randox’s patented Biochip Array Technology allows users to save time, consolidate costs and gain accurate results.
In order to help the industry Randox Food Diagnostics developed the Evidence Investigator analyser. The Evidence Investigator uses Biochip Array Technology (BAT), a technology that was developed by Randox, to detect multiple toxins, residues & contaminants (up to 44) from a single sample. All of Randox Food’s mycotoxin tests are simple to use and require a single liquid-liquid extraction method.
Within feed and cereals, Randox Food Diagnostics provide mycotoxin testing for different matrices such as: maize silage, maize, barley, grass seed, rice, wheat, oats, soya, DDGS, rapeseed as well as livestock and pet foods including premixed feed.
Randox Food Diagnostics offer a mycotoxin screening array on Biochip called Myco 10 which can detect up to 10 groups of mycotoxins per sample including aflatoxins G1/G2 & B1/B2, ergot alkaloids, fumonisins, paxilline, ochratoxin A, diacetoxyscirpenol, deoxynivalenol (DON), T2 toxin & zeralenone. Also offered are a range of ELISA test kits including ergot alkaloids.
Randox Food Diagnostics are also regular participants in the FAPAS proficiency testing scheme which provides an independent check of a laboratory’s procedures to ensure the delivery of quality results.